Your destination for a meaningful Jewish experience through prayer, education, and social programming.
Sukkot Family Experience at B’nai Torah Congregation
Join us on September 23rd for our Sukkot Family Experience!
Havdalah in the Hut
September 29th at 8:00 p.m.
Join us for a fun and memorable evening under the sukkah… Meet the Rabbis, end Shabbat with friends, and enjoy a delicious dinner together!
Ruth & Edward Taubman Early Childhood Center
A NAEYC accredited and developmentally-appropriate Jewish program that promotes a healthy self-image and independence for your child in a warm, welcoming environment. Learn More…
Mirochnick Religious School
Classes for Grades K-12 that contribute to the social and emotional character development and positive self-esteem of students. Featuring the only “FLEX TIME” schedule around! Learn More…
Cooperman Academy of Adult Jewish Learning
A myriad of options for Jewish Adults to expand their knowledge of Jewish texts, history, and culture through multi-session classes, scholars, and Shabbat Services. Learn More…
Melton School of Adult Jewish Learning
Melton sets the standard for high-quality, text-based Jewish study by offering a curriculum that informs and inspires people from all knowledge-levels and backgrounds. Learn More…
Bertuch Outreach Program
The Mark S. Bertuch “Make-A-Difference” Outreach Program makes a difference in the lives of our children and families by addressing critical issues in a spiritual environment. Learn More…
Millicent & Sigmund Nathan Library
The multi-service library at B’nai Torah contains books about history, relationships, mystery, and much more all focused on Jewish characters and events. Learn More…
Prayers & Trope Music Files
We’re recorded numerous audio files of our prayers and trope for our current B’nai Mitzvah students. They are conveniently available to both stream and download. Learn More…
FROM THE BTC BLOG
Shabbat Shalom. We have a beautiful harp in our living room. It stands tall and is regal. Tobi, my wife, and your rebetzin, plays the harp. It is the most beautiful of instruments. When you see and hear a harp play, you can understand why ancient literature depicted it as the instrument of angels.
I sat down yesterday morning to write a short d’var Torah about this week’s haftarah for last night, Friday night. This is my custom. I do speak multiple times each Shabbat. Those who come on Friday night know that I try to give something different and new on Shabbat morning.